Beef Varattiyathu | Kerala Style Beef ularthiyathu recipe | beef dry roast2018-01-22
- Yield: 1
- Servings: 4
- Prep Time: 15m
- Cook Time: 30m
- Ready In: 35m
Beef Varattiyathu | Kerala Style Beef dry roast
Spicy and flavorful Kerala style beef dry roast recipe
Beef varattiyathu / beef dry roast is a traditional recipe of Kerala cuisine. It is a spicy and flavorful side dish serve with plain rice, ghee rice, idiyappam or appam. This recipe tastes more delicious when it is slow-cooked. Compared to normal beef roast recipes what makes this beef dry roast so special is we fry the cooked beef with shallots, chopped coconuts, curry leaves and green chillies in low flame around 20 minutes. Chopped coconut is an important ingredient in this recipe. It gives a crunchy taste to beef varattiyathu. In this recipe first I cooked the beef with all spices and then fried with shallots mix which helps to get more flavour to the beef. Tomatoes are not required in this recipe but if you want at last you can add some chopped tomatoes. I have already tried some delicious beef recipes. Hope you all will like these recipes.
How to make Beef Varattiyathu
1/2 kg of Beef
1/4 kg of of sliced shallots
3 tbsp. of Ginger garlic paste
10 cloves of sliced garlic
10 no of sliced green chillies
2 tbsp of sliced ginger
1 cup of finely chopped coconut(half of one coconut)
2 spn. of Chilli powder
1 1/2 spn. of Coriander powder
1 spn. of Turmeric powder
1 spn. of Garam masala
1 tbsp. of Oil
4 springs of Curry leaves
Salt as required
Marinate beef with ginger garlic paste,1 S of chilli powder,1 S of coriander powder,1/2 S of turmeric powder,1/2 of garam masala,1/2 S of oil, salt and 10 curry leaves. Mix well with hands. Keep aside for 1 min.
Pressure cook beef(9 whistles in low flame).
Heat oil in a pan. Add green chillies, chopped coconut, shallots, garlic, ginger and curry leaves. Fry well for 5 minutes in medium flame. Add salt and mix well.
Add cooked beef. Fry for 5 minutes in medium flame.
Add remaining spices(1 S of chilli powder,1/2 S of turmeric powder,1/2 S of coriander powder and 1/2 of garam masala) and salt if needed. Add 2 tbsp of oil and mix well. Cook for 10 minutes in low flame. Stir frequently.
Switch off the flame and add some more curry leaves. Cover the lid and serve after five minutes. Garnish with chopped onion and tomatoes while serving for a crunchy taste(optional).